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Our 1992-1993 Season: Mainstage

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Lend Me a Tenor

Written by Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and the Cleveland Grand Opera Company is primed to welcome the world famous Tito Morelli, “Il Stupendo”, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night only! When the star passes out before the performance, Saunders, the general manager, persuades his assistant Max to get into costume and fool the audience into thinking he’s Il Stupendo. Everything goes as planned until Morelli comes to and gets ready to perform. With two tenors now running around, a chain-reaction of mistaken identity, plot twists, double entendres and chaos ensue – but hilarity takes center stage!


MariaSarianna Gregg
TitoJohn Hammel
SaundersMichael Kroll
MaxWill Lampe
JuliaAlice Mahler
BellhopBrian Marshall
MaggiePamela Nardone
DianaRobin Totillo

Production Staff

DirectorJay Mills
ProducerSal Ruggiero
Stage ManagerDonna Lee Loughman
Set DesignJackie Levinson
Set ConstructionDon Ryerson
Set Construction-CrewDave Braneky
Roger Clark
Ewald Forsbrey
Darrin Harrison
Marty Kleindienst
Chick Lauria
Linda Mathias
Todd Mills
Joe Rajsteter
George Walter
Steve Zevas
Set DecorAnita Burkhart
Set Decor-CrewMarge Gaffney
Ed Nicolazzo
Sal Ruggiero
Claire Siegmund
Chuck Siegmund
Donna Sousa
Laurie Toth
Lighting DesignVal Waller
Lighting-CrewDave Billington
Dave Braneky
Darrin Harrison
Brian Marshall
Lou Nowikas
Bill Waller
Sound DesignBob Blackwood
PropsJan Kolb
Sal Ruggiero
CostumesCeCe Dwyer
Costumes-CrewPat Karcher
Claire Siegmund
Make-Up / HairJoan Agosta
Make-Up / Hair CrewMichele Novik
Assistant to ProducerMarge Gaffney
Jan Kolb
Program CoverOny Ryzuk
Program EditorLaurie Toth